A C-TRAN driver spotted the children in the area of NE 117th Ave. and NE 76th St.
On Monday (June 26) at about 3:45 p.m., the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 9-1-1 report of two missing boys from the Orchards area in Vancouver. The six- and eight-year-old boys were last seen together in the area of 4th Plain and NE 102nd Ave. They had been missing for approximately three hours.
A reverse 9-1-1 call was made to area residences in the area with a description of the missing boys. CCSO units were assisted in the search by the Vancouver Police, Washington State Patrol, and C-TRAN.
As additional search-and-rescue resources were in the process of being notified, a C-TRAN driver spotted the children in the area of NE 117th Ave. and NE 76th St. The children were located safe and sound and reunited with their parents.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank C-TRAN officials for their quick response and partnership on this investigation. The ability for rapid exchange of information to community partners and law enforcement resulted in the expedient location of these missing children.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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